Originally posted by Parts UnknownThe REAL question is: which has the most faggoty wardrobe? Probably Christian. He wears women's pants. But then again, Triple H wears Capris these days, so I guess it's a trend.
Ha that was the first thing out of Edge's commentary when Christian came out with his new look. Edge said I like the new hair but why did he need to steal Trish's clothes LoL
I think Christian is a solid player but I don't see him as a main player. I agree with Jake, he's good but not great.
His feud with Booker T was very disappointing for both guys I thought. Except when Booker won the title that match was fantastic... This title reign again kind of lukewarm and but again with a hot ending/switching of the titles.
But I was really getting into the "Excuse Me, IC champ over here". Some thought it was insulting to Christian but I thought it added something to his character of being totally disrespected and sticking his nose into a segment because he's not getting the TV time he deserves.
I'm thinking maybe a valet can help him out. He comes out thinking he's the greatest. Maybe he should have a girl with him who actually thinks he's the Studliest Stud that ever Studed the face of the earth... Who would this girl be? I really don't have any clue.
"Of the E&C team, I think Edge is superior to Christian, especially in the ring."
Funnily enough, when they were a team, near-consensus was that Christian was a better worker. After Edge's multi-match programs with Kurt Angle and Eddie Guerrero, he improved leaps and bounds to one of the six or seven best workers in the company. Booker and Van Dam can have good matches under the right circumstances, but we'll never know just how good Christian might be until he has some long singles matches with a great worker. Jericho's the only great worker on Raw, but their match a few weeks ago ain't no barometer since it was heel vs. heel.
I think it's the other way around. Hell in a Cell 2 was one of the "best moments," but it was not a defining moment. Foley's Fall was used in a number of promos, but to say it changed wrestling history is certainly an overstatement.